May 14, 2018
"Market growers too often view radishes as unremarkable, easy to grow, whatever vegetables. Their high-speed, forty-day seed-to-harvest cycle, throw-em-in-the-ground in between slower crops flexibility make them just a sideshow. Too often they play a two-bit part that tends to feature the more flamboyant and prima donna leading melon, tomato, or pepper.

But at Sole Food, radishes are a big deal. We grow a lot of them, and our crops are proof that not all radishes are created equal." - Excerpt from Street Farm: Growing Food, Jobs, and Hope on the Urban Frontier (Chelsea Green 2016)

Street Farm is the inspirational account of residents in the notorious Low Track in Vancouver, British Columbia?one of the worst urban slums in North America?who joined together to create an urban farm as a means of addressing the chronic problems in their neighborhood. It is a story of recovery, of land and food, of people, and of the power of farming and nourishing others as a way to heal our world and ourselves.

Thanks to the support of the SpencerCreo Foundation, 100% of the proceeds from online sales of �Street Farm: Growing Food, Jobs, and Hope on the Urban Frontier� will go to support Sole Food Street Farms.

Plus, for every book sold Spencercreo will donate $25 to Cultivate Canada Society! That means that for every book we sell $60.00 helps fund our mission!
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